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I contributed a piece on writing character relational styles, and I can’t wait to dive into reading all the helpful advice. Suddenly the writing journey isn’t so lonely!
Today I want to share tips for writing dialogue from author Justin McLaughlin:
Check them out HERE
Good tips, you think?
What do you struggle with when writing dialogue?
I have been guilty of fluffy tags like “she shouted” or “he groaned” instead of the less distracting “said”.
I’m also learning to write with more economy, like “Thought you hated Fox News” or “Kind of tall for a setter, aren’t you?”